Friday was as a beautiful day in West Alabama. The amply supply of sunshine did trick a lot of people. It was still pretty cold. The thoughts of warmer weather fill my mind. Just hold on; it’s on the way.

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Saturday and Sunday will be nice and sunny. Saturday, the high will be around the mid-50s and Sunday in the low 60s. Doesn’t that sound wonderful?

After the week we all have had, I think we deserve some warmer temperatures. The National Weather Service Birmingham notes that “a return to quiet and more pleasant weather has begun. Though tonight will be cold, we're expecting a sunny and warmer day on Saturday. That trend will continue into Sunday as well.”

I don’t want you to get too excited, but it is shaping up that Monday we could get a high near the upper 50s, Tuesday in the low 60s, and Wednesday in the mid-60s. James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist commented on Facebook that “some spots could touch 70 degrees Wednesday afternoon.”

Reminder:

There could be minor flooding for the lower Black Warrior River basin through Monday morning.

(Source) For more from the National Weather Service Birmingham, click here. To follow James Spann on Facebook, click here.

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